Definition of entrainment in English:

entrainment

noun

See entrain

  • ‘And when finishers sprinkle water on slabs during the finishing process, they cause air entrainments of 12 percent or more to be produced on slab surfaces.’
  • ‘The geographical scale and rhythms of such postulated multi-species entrainments are likely to depend on the scale and rhythms of the weather pattern.’
  • ‘The many sophisticated experiments to study its physiology, entrainment, and the molecular mechanisms of feedback loops that exist in bacteria, as well as the clock-controlled genes are explored in detail.’
  • ‘A cement mix consists of Portland cement, aggregates, water, and air entrainment.’
  • ‘Circadian entrainment is one of the areas of biology where mathematical predictions have been tested experimentally and confirmed.’